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Trommler

Trommler is an X-based drum machine with the following features: use of 16 bit 44100kHz mono drum samples, realtime audio output using the /dev/dsp device on Linux machines (or audio output to file), a variable number of beats per pattern, volume adjustment of drum samples, stereo panning of (mono) drum samples, and more.

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  •  11 May 2004 06:47

    Release Notes: An upgrade to GTK+ 2.0 and many GUI and usability improvements.

    •  22 Dec 2003 03:27

      Release Notes: This release adds minor GUI improvements and a new commandline option to disable use of the soundcard.

      •  14 Dec 2002 17:43

        Release Notes: A fix for a bug in song loading, and some code cleanups.

        •  12 Oct 2002 20:39

          Release Notes: Support for the -geometry command line option was added. The maximum size of units in a pattern was increased. A variant of "load drum sample" which sets the drum name to the file name of the sample was added.

          •  16 Sep 2002 17:45

            Release Notes: This release adds a looping button and improved pathname handling for drum samples.

            Recent comments

            12 May 2005 02:39 muth

            Re: Problem with make
            My french is not that great anymore but

            it looks like turning off the "-Werror" option in the

            makefile might get you further.

            > Hi all

            >

            > I've got a error message when trying to

            > install Trommler :

            >

            > # make

            > cc -Wall -Werror -O9 `pkg-config

            > --cflags gtk+-2.0` -c -o drummer.o

            > drummer.c

            > drummer.c:33:20: export.h : Aucun

            > fichier ou répertoire de ce type

            > drummer.c: Dans la fonction «

            > PlayBeat »:

            > drummer.c:301: attention : implicit

            > declaration of function

            > `SoundcardWrite'

            > make: *** [drummer.o] Erreur 1

            >

            > Does anyone now how can i solved it ?

            >

            > thx

            30 Apr 2005 04:18 rasjark

            Problem with make
            Hi all

            I've got a error message when trying to install Trommler :

            # make

            cc -Wall -Werror -O9 `pkg-config --cflags gtk+-2.0` -c -o drummer.o drummer.c

            drummer.c:33:20: export.h : Aucun fichier ou répertoire de ce type

            drummer.c: Dans la fonction « PlayBeat »:

            drummer.c:301: attention : implicit declaration of function `SoundcardWrite'

            make: *** [drummer.o] Erreur 1

            Does anyone now how can i solved it ?

            thx

            05 Oct 2003 03:33 fab1

            Re: nice app

            >
            > % Just tried that the other day and it's
            > a
            > % very cool application if what you
            > want
            > % is basic, easy and fast building of
            > % rhythms for your home recordings
            >
            >
            >
            > I've just downloaded Trommler 3.4 and
            > tried it.
            > I like it, it's easy to use and well
            > designed.
            > Is there any way to output sound to a
            > file instead of /dev/dsp ?
            > Sorry to ask this here but I haven't
            > found a FAQ.
            > The README file says it's possible but I
            > can't find out howto.
            >


            I answer to my own question.
            You can audio output to an smp file and then convert into the audio format you want.
            It's really the drum app I was looking for.

            04 Oct 2003 05:59 fab1

            Re: nice app

            > Just tried that the other day and it's a
            > very cool application if what you want
            > is basic, easy and fast building of
            > rhythms for your home recordings

            I've just downloaded Trommler 3.4 and tried it.
            I like it, it's easy to use and well designed.
            Is there any way to output sound to a file instead of /dev/dsp ?
            Sorry to ask this here but I haven't found a FAQ.
            The README file says it's possible but I can't find out howto.

            06 Nov 2002 03:16 alimat

            Excellent - just what I was looking for.
            I needed an easy to use, simple programmable drum machine - mainly for use when practicing guitar and bass. Trommler gives me everything I need at this stage to build song patterns - Its a damn sight more reliable than the drummer in the band I used to play in!

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